Hasan Minhaj catches up with the enthusiastic crowds at Pope Francis's Philadelphia mass.
The panelists imagine the rough-and-tumble life of a cigarette-smoking Philadelphia crab.
The comics interpret an NFL coach's confusing call and suggest eco-friendly plans for the LAPD.
Jon unloads on a variety of completely deserving targets.
"Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll" star Denis Leary recalls the failed MTV series he wrote with Jon.
The comics taunt a hitchhiking robot and list unfortunate products backed by celebrities.
The comics post a Zillow ad for a butt and tear into the scientists behind a sarcasm study.
The comedians inject Taylor Swift's anti-Apple sentiment into her music and then insult a squirrel.
The comics pump up the audience, riff on Chipotle ads and create acronyms for politicians' names.
Indiana passes a law that allows businesses to refuse service to gay patrons on religious grounds.
Amanda Seyfried and Jon compare hobbies and share their mutual affection for her dog Finn.
The Pawnsylvania guys trade memorabilia with their associates in Maryland.
Stephen reports from a dressage ring, an art gallery, the Puppy Bowl and other unique locations.
Fox News does the inconceivable and reports that climate change is real.
Pittsburghian pawnshop owner Don swaps shops with his Philadelphian cousin Murph.
Beta Only is exactly the type of video store that you think it is.
Jon Favreau discusses Obama's 2004 convention speech and 2008 race speech, "A More Perfect Union."
Jeff guesses the legal drinking age in West Virginia and discusses Justin Bieber's recent breakup.
The Rosenbach Museum and Library enshrines "I Am a Pole (And So Can You!)" alongside "Ulysses."
Stephen explores America's tourism hot spots, from the Liberty Bell to Times Square.